This film got Oscars and popped out at that time outrageously.
Yes. I added it to my watchlist after it won the oscar. For some reason, it gave me the vibes of “Slumdog millionaire” in some parts even though it’s completely different.
Anyway, I like to mention two other oscar won movies here.
The first-ever English movie I watched with so many songs. A big thumbs up for Emma Stone’s acting. I didn’t understand the ending well. But still enjoyed it.
The only oscar won movie which has a Tamil title song, Tamil dialogues, and shot in our nearby locations (Munnar & Pondicherry). It has an excellent storyline and screenplay. FTR, I believe the second story which Pi told to the insurance agents is the true one.
A very good film. It’s a little bit slow. But the storyline of this film is as good as Pink (Nerkonda Paarvai).
The film is amazing & truly inspirational. Everyone’s acting is great. Suriya and Sudha Kongara both did proper justice to Captain Gopinath’s real-life story.
Still, I felt like it’s a little bit overdramatic in some places. And the VFX scenes could have been better.
In the “secret santa ” game in my company I received a “Friends” doodle art coffee mug gift from my colleague. Looks like he/she read my above post about the series
It’s a wonderful addition in my fandom collection. Soon I will list all my fandom stuffs here.
Now I’m rewatching the series again. It become an easy stress buster. So I made a small change in the order.
About the life of a girl who’s suffering from the ultra-orthodox Jewish traditions. I never saw this level of orthodox people in life or in any cinema.
I think this is the most complex one in Nolan’s films. Anyway, the movie is good. Easily understandable as a whole. But need to rewatch to understand all the small things.
If you love chess then you will enjoy this historical series.
Directors and actors in all four episodes did a fantastic job. I would highly recommend this. But it’s very hard to watch. It’s not even possible to watch all 4 episodes at a single stretch. I took two big breaks between the episodes.